|111′11″ / 34.11M||23′9″ / 7.24M||5′6″ / 1.68M|
|111′11″ / 34.11M|
|23′9″ / 7.24M|
|5′6″ / 1.68M|
Delivered in 2011, TASIA has generous accommodations for up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms including 1 master, 2 VIP’s, 1 double and 1 twin.
The spacious on-deck Master Stateroom is accessed from the port companionway foyer and is all the way forward. Featured is a King berth with night tables, built-in drawers and dressers, desk with upholstered chair, and full entertainment center. The Master Bath is a few steps down forward with a walk-in closet, toilet/bidet room, his and hers vanities, and spacious shower room with dual showerheads.
The Aft Deck of “TASIA” features a bench-type settee allowing for a comfortable and intimate gathering around a custom high gloss teak dining table. The table can move back and forth on a Hi/Lo electric base. There are custom cushions, pillows, and covers for the settee. There are also 6 single high gloss teak chairs with cushions and covers for additional seating. To port forward is the aft deck wet bar with stone countertops and 3 high gloss teak bar stools with cushions. A diagonal 42” flat screen LCD TV above the bar unit allows visibility throughout the aft deck.
The Pilothouse of the 112′ Westport is much more than a control and navigation station. It is an incredibly spacious room with a large settee and table for entertaining, and a room for appreciating the perfect interior visibility while underway. “TASIA” Pilothouse gives one the feeling of even more spaciousness through the use of a neutral-toned headliner, upholstery, and carpeting without creating any glare for piloting and navigation.
Each accommodation space is equipped with audio/video entertainment equipment which provides for a variety of entertainment choices. Audio/Video selections include satellite-based radio and television, as well as onboard sources including BluRay (DVD & CD in crew areas), and a central movie server. Audio/Video distribution is controlled by the Crestron system through wireless control. Control for all Audio/Video components is through Crestron programmed remote controllers. There is a boatwide UPS battery backup for the Audio/Video components.
The Crew Quarters, Utility Room, and Engine Room are accessed either by the spiral staircase which descends from the Aft Deck or by the watertight transom door on the swim platform. Forward to Port is the spacious crew galley with engine room door forward and center. The yacht’s electrical distribution panel is located starboard forward with a second washer and dryer located below. Across and aft of the Galley is the L-shaped upholstered Crew Lounge with a settee table. The Captain’s Stateroom is to port with a double bed, desk, and ensuite head and shower. The second Crew Stateroom is to starboard with over/under berths, and the third Crew Stateroom is starboard aft with over/under berths. The second and third Crew Staterooms share a head with a shower. Aft to port is the utility area with dual Glendinning Cablemaster shore cord bins, freezer, Manitowac commercial icemaker, and accessory storage. The watertight transom door to the swim platform is centerline aft in this area.